The intervention: Improving social-emotional skills in early childhood as a factor of school performance

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Coste Monica

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Contemporary studies show the major impact of early education on the future development of children, that justifies a quality educational approach from the early childhood, to meet the needs of children’s education for the onset of schooling. The dynamics of society and the updates in the field of education make it necessary to create an educational context as a response of the current needs of children’s competencies. In many countries, social-emotional education gains importance as an essential element of education, emotional intelligence being considered a determinant for success in life. The methods used were the pedagogical experiment, surveys, curricular analysis and systematic observation. When children experience well-being, the ability to think is increased. The active involvement of the teachers in the implementation of the programme, the use of recommended practices and the solving of the challenges that have appeared have led to an increase in the impact of the intervention.


Keywords: Early childhood education, social-emotional skills, well-being, social-emotional education.

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Monica, C. (2019). The intervention: Improving social-emotional skills in early childhood as a factor of school performance. New Trends and Issues Proceedings on Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(1), 344-354. https://doi.org/10.18844/prosoc.v6i1.4187
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